emDOTzee can provide custom invitations for any party or event you may have related or unrelated to your wedding celebration. These brides added other invitations to their wedding stationery packages for their bridal shower and engagement party. The first bride’s mother contacted me to design a bridal shower invitation to match the save-the-date cards her daughter had already ordered from me. The second bride wanted a fun, modern look for their poolside engagement barbeque. She chose bright colors to set the tone for this summer event.
August 18, 2010
To give your guests a bit more information about the exact details of your wedding, emDOTzee can design a Wedding Day or Weekend Itinerary to let your bridesmaids or out-of-town guests know what they should expect.
Above: This pink and black wedding day itinerary was mailed out to the bridesmaids, mothers and other special ladies to invite them to have their hair and makeup done before having pictures taken for the wedding. This bride added pink ribbon to match her other wedding stationery and decor.
Below: This two-sided black and ivory itinerary card features the wedding events for both Friday and Saturday, as well as directions to the ceremony, an emergency contact number, dining suggestions and a welcome message from the bride and groom. This bride left these in the hotel rooms for her out-of-town guests to invite them to all of the festivities she had planned for the weekend. She included black swirling designs that matched her wedding invitations and thank you cards.
June 4, 2010
Congratulations to Megan and Danny who just tied the knot this past weekend. This floral suite features burgundy and purple swirling flowers with brown text. The invitation is backed with a burgundy card stock and accompanied by an RSVP postcard and information card for Sunday Brunch, wedding attire and weather, and the couple’s wedding website. Megan and Danny chose a program fan for their outdoor ceremony, which features a wavy wooden handle and ribbon bow.
June 1, 2010
You may think you have all summer to plan for your fall wedding, but getting your save-the-dates out is the first step and can be done up to a year in advance. These fall save-the-date cards might just inspire you to get started!
There are limitless options for your save-the-dates, but these are 3 very popular formats. Picture save-the-date cards are popular, especially if you have engagement portraits you’d like to show off. The save-the-date postcard is another modern and inexpensive option, but if you have a lot of out-of-town guests coming in, it might be more appropriate to include an accommodations card with your save-the-date so they can go ahead and make the necessary plans to stay over night for your celebration.
April 23, 2010